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Hamilton and Button way off pace in German GP practice as McLaren duo toil

LEWIS Hamilton ruled out pole position for McLaren this weekend after the Briton and team-mate Jenson Button again laboured in practice at the German Grand Prix yesterday.

Formula 1: Jenson Button won't go changing after victory

Jenson Button is adamant his best-ever grand prix victory won't affect the way he drives.

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Jenson Button aims to push rivals Red Bull to limit

Jenson Button is convinced Red Bull Racing will crack if put under pressure.

Jenson Button predicts 'madness' at Malaysian GP

Jenson Button believes "absolute madness" could unfold this weekend if Malaysia's notorious weather rains on the Formula 1 parade.

Formula One star Jenson Button 'just inches from kidnap'

ONE of Britain's most high-profile sports stars yesterday relived the "horrendous" moment when he was the victim of an apparent kidnap attempt.

Jenson Button won't follow team orders

Jenson Button insists he will never accept team orders but will know himself when the time is right to help McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton's title challenge.

Jenson Button admits his title defence is on the line in Korean Grand Prix

Jenson Button has conceded his chances of retaining his Formula 1 title are fading fast following a troubled qualifying session ahead of today's Korean Grand Prix.

F1: Title all but finished for Button

Jenson BUTTON found himself clutching at straws yesterday following a Korean Grand Prix that has virtually ruined his hopes of becoming Britain's first back-to-back Formula One world champion.

Ecstacy and agony for Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton as Formula 1 race hots up

Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton suffered contrasting shocks to the system as the battle for the Formula 1 title was again blown wide apart.

Lewis Hamilton wins but Jenson Button is butted out

Lewis Hamilton celebrated his third victory of the season on a day Jenson Button's hopes of back-to-back world championships suffered "a massive blow".

Return of team orders would see Button quit

Jenson Button has amazingly revealed he will quit Formula 1 if team orders are reintroduced into the sport.

Sebastian Vettel eases to victory as Mark Webber walks away from horror smash

MARK Webber had to watch his team-mate Sebastian Vettel claim his second victory of the season in Valencia yesterday after an error saw him crash out of the race in its early stage.

F1: 'More to come' from reigning champ Button

JENSON BUTTON is revelling in his latest fight for the Formula One world title and has warned his rivals "there is more to come".

F1: Upbeat mood at McLaren thrills Button

JENSON BUTTON is hoping the 'happy-pill effect' he witnessed at McLaren yesterday will continue to take hold throughout this weekend's Turkish Grand Prix.

F1: Button hopes to close gap on Red Bull

JENSON BUTTON is hoping to see Red Bull Racing stripped of their "untouchables" tag in Formula One racing. In terms of pace in qualifying, no team has been able to live with Red Bull so far this season as they have been on pole in all five grands prix, locking out the front row three times.

F1: Button wants to press on

JENSON BUTTON wants McLaren to bring their race day dominance into qualifying after the reigning world champion claimed his second win of the season at the Chinese Grand Prix yesterday.

Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button fastest after delivery at 11th hour

McLAREN boss Martin Whitmarsh revealed that a "miraculous" series of events ensured his team's preparations for this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix were not disrupted by the volcanic ash cloud that has resulted in flight restrictions across the UK.

F1: Button stays in the hunt

JENSON BUTTON was pleased to escape from the Malaysian Grand Prix with limited damage to his hopes of a successful world championship defence.

Vettel holds his nerve to seize victory in Malaysia

SEBASTIAN Vettel kept his cool in the sweltering heat as he put behind him the troubles that have plagued his start to the season to secure a deserved victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix.

F1: Jenson Button's delight as slick gamble pays off

JENSON BUTTON feared he had made a "catastrophic" decision after switching to slick tyres early in yesterday's Australian Grand Prix – a move which ultimately proved an inspired choice as he secured his first win with McLaren.

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